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How to implement keyword research?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by samiejg, Mar 20, 2014.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    I'm trying to learn how to do things like keyword research, etc. I'm wondering, say if I found the phrase "dog training collars waterproof". How would you target that in your article?

    Like I'm assuming there's a lot of search phrases out there that would just be silly looking if you have them together on an article.

    I guess what I'm really wondering is how the phrase should be written in the article. I'm confused because I've heard some people say the phrase doesn't matter, and that it's just a matter of having the the individual words somewhere in the article. Then I hear other people say that the phrase should be together and certain words in or around the phrase that will separate the phrase.

    Would anyone be able to clarify this for me and also possibly even point me in the right direction in regards to these phrase separators.
     
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    nikiobicata Regular Member

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    krishnaverma Power Member

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    I will never suggest to use the phrases in article if they do not make sense especially if you want to reap the benefits of the website for long term. Use the keywords to make meaningful sentence. Do not worry much about the exact keyword use in the article.
     
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    Basing it on the sample phrase you mentioned above, you need not to use that phrase as is. You got to fix it to make it grammatically correct.